Listen! Why SOE CEO appointments remain a governance minefield
It's been nearly a year since the resignation of Andre De Ruyter as Eskom CEO but Public Enterprises Minister, Pravin Gordhan has rejected the name put forward by the board for his replacement. The Institute of Directors in South Africa says that this raises complex governance issues. Business Day TV spoke to the CEO of the organisation, Parmi Natesan for more perspective.
27 Sep 10AM
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PGM miners have been dealt many blows in 2023, including higher costs associated with load shedding and lower metal prices. Business Day TV caught up with the Head of PGMs & Chief Sustainability officer at Afriforesight, Deborah Chikukwa and she shared her outlook for the industry.
The SA Union of Students (SAUS) has sounded the alarm on the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) saying it is on the brink of collapse but NSFAS has refuted the claims. For more insight, Business Day TV spoke to NSFAS spokesperson Ishmael Mnisi.
Mozambique held local elections in early October but the results announced by the election commission threaten to spark a political crisis. Business Day TV spoke to Louw Nel, Senior Political Analyst at Oxford Economics Africa, for his take on the fraught political situation and its potential impact on the country's…
The National Council of Provinces is set to sign off on the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill and this will allow the government to run with its plan for state administered healthcare. But critics says the system will fail to deliver even the most basic of healthcare services. Business Day…
Climate finance in SA needs to increase by up to fivefold if the country is going to meet its globally committed climate targets by 2023, according to the SA Climate Finance Landscape report released by the presidential climate commission. To unpack if this is possible, Business Day TV spoke to…